Audio Envelope End Bugged?

DTA2 wrote on 10/6/2022, 2:55 PM

Okay so as seen from above this hasn't really bothered me much in the past but it's becoming a bit of a problem when I'm working on a project for a while, whenever I import something or render something and then place the video or audio into/back into the project the audio at the end plays some section in the middle or from the beginning for half a second which causes a terrible sound every time a clip ends. Is there a way to fix this? I'm not sure what's causing it in the audio sector. It can't be a sync issue because the audio is fine until that last part. So I can only assume it's either an option that's turned on I have no clue about or something else.

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Gid wrote on 10/6/2022, 5:27 PM

@DTA2 Hi, this has been mentioned a few times, sometimes it's a part of audio from earlier in the clip & sometimes it's noise at the end, I don't believe there has been a solid reason/solution found for this because it's hard to reproduce. I sometimes get noise, sometimes it seems to go away by itself, sometimes reloading the clip fixes it, using the same clip in a new project I don't get any noise at all, & I've had this added sound at the end, no idea why it happens 🤷‍♂️

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flyerstl wrote on 11/3/2022, 11:09 AM

I had this happen exactly once since upgrading to Vegas Pro 20. But since I almost always render my audio into a Wav file first, I open it in soundforge and fix the ending before either muxing it into an existing video file, or bringing it back into vegas for final rendering. Not a solution, but a way to deal with it.

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